February 26th, 2014
EcoSys EPC has been selected by CH2M HILL’s Center for Project Excellence to serve as the global Cost Management System (CMS) for all client projects. Through its integrated and scalable enterprise project controls software, EcoSys will help CH2M HILL to more effectively manage project costs, earned value, progress measurement, and contract changes.> Learn More Save the Date! User Conference 2014
We are excited to announce that the EcoSys 2014 User Conference has been scheduled. Taking place at the beautiful Omni Interlocken Resort in Broomfield, Colorado, the User Conference will begin the evening of Sunday, September 7 with a reception for all attendees. The main program will then take place Monday and Tuesday, Sept 8 and 9, featuring customer case studies and in-depth discussions of Ecosys EPC. In the coming days and weeks, we’ll be sending information about our Call for Presentations, event and registration details, and more.
Solution Focus: Capital Program Management
EcoSys EPC is a robust, web-based capital program management system designed to develop and control long-range capital programs. EPC is easy to use and easy to adapt to specific requirements. The platform delivers capabilities for capital planning and funding, contract and project setup, grant management, change management, project cost management and reporting. Here are some quick reference links:
> Product Page: EcoSys for Capital Program Management
> Case Study: Program Management at Los Angeles County MTA
> On-Demand Webinar: Cost Controls Success at the LA Department of Water & Power
Project Cost Control a Rising Concern for Oil and Gas Megaprojects [blog]
Project complexity is growing. It’s a truth we’ve seen across a multitude of industries as projects become more ambitious, take on new technological challenges, and command stratospheric budgets. To combat the megaproject complexity, organizations are implementing procedures and systems that offset the risks of overruns. In our recent blog post, we discuss cost drivers and taking steps toward greater agility to address issues before they grow into billions in added expenses.